Articles by Michelle Clay

An Act of God Theatre Review - An Irreverent Revelatory Event

An Act of God Theatre Review - An Irreverent Revelatory Event The King of the Universe is coming to L.A. for the first time ever! God takes the form of Emmy Award® winner Sean Hayes in this 90-minute comedy. He's finally arrived to set the record straight…and He's not holding back!

The Dodgers Theatre Review - Don't Miss this Small Wonder

The Dodgers Theatre Review - Don't Miss this Small Wonder The Vietnam Draft Lottery was 1968's "Hunger Games"

Dream Boy Theatre Review - A Lyrical Coming of Age Story

Dream Boy Theatre Review - A Lyrical Coming of Age Story Poetic and erotic, DREAM BOY tells the story of Nathan and Roy’s unlikely high school romance against the backdrop of repression and religion in 1970s North Carolina.

Form and Emptiness Art Exhibition Review

Form and Emptiness Art Exhibition Review Form and Emptiness, a two-person show at the Electric Lodge in Venice, presents the bright artistic vision of two women from two different cultures that bridge and meet in the play of color on canvas

A Year in Miniature-Summer in New Zealand Exhibition by Artist Susan diRende Review

 A Year in Miniature-Summer in New Zealand Exhibition by Artist Susan diRende Review American artist Susan diRende's remarkable exhibit of 109 miniatures - Each scene is a mere 50 x 85 mm, the size of the credit cards in your wallet - are subjects drawn primarily from life around the North Island of Wairarapa

Immediate Family Theatre Review - Smart, Funny, Honest Family Matters

Immediate Family Theatre Review - Smart, Funny, Honest Family Matters Mark Taper Forum brings you Paul Oakley Stovall's love letter to family dysfunction in the new comedy Immediate Family.

What The Butler Saw Theatre Review - A Proper British Romp

What The Butler Saw Theatre Review - A Proper British Romp Supersized silliness, wrapped in British accents brings you the latest production at the Mark Taper forum: What The Butler Saw

2014 AFI Fest - Shorts Program Two

2014 AFI Fest  - Shorts Program Two The 2014 AFI Fest presented by AUdi is in full swing in the heart of Hollywood, and the super short films just keep on coming

The Trip to Bountiful Theatre Review - A Must See Production!

The Trip to Bountiful Theatre Review - A Must See Production! The Trip to Bountiful is an extraordinary journey to a kinder, gentler time, to the only place where one woman's soul feels like home

Marjorie Prime Theatre Review - A World Premiere Directed by Les Waters

Marjorie Prime Theatre Review - A World Premiere Directed by Les Waters A story of memory, loss and love that transcends the passing of life by Jordan Harrison

HollyShorts Film Festival - 10 Years of Admiration for Short Films

HollyShorts Film Festival - 10 Years of Admiration for Short Films HollyShorts Film Festival, an annual independent short film festival located in Hollywood, California, turns 10

The Max Factor Factor Theater Review - an Energetic World Premiere for New Musicals, Inc.

The Max Factor Factor Theater Review - an Energetic World Premiere for New Musicals, Inc. The Max Factor Factor is not just story about Hollywood. In every direction, it all touches on not giving up on your dreams, but more importantly, yourself

Marja Lewis Ryan Makes Her Directorial Debut at the Lounge Theatre

Marja Lewis Ryan Makes Her Directorial Debut at the Lounge Theatre Brooklyn playwright Marja Lewis Ryan tests the waters of drama in her new play One In The Chamber

Lyle Film Review - Official Selection of 32nd Outfest LGBT Film Festival

Lyle Film Review - Official Selection of 32nd Outfest LGBT Film Festival Lyle is a chilling and clever glimpse into the mind of an expectant mother's mind

WE WILL ROCK YOU Theater Review - Another Jukebox Musical Bites the Dust

WE WILL ROCK YOU Theater Review - Another Jukebox Musical Bites the Dust We Will Rock You the musical takes you into the future, where rock music is dead and technology has overtaken all individuality

Perfect Cowboy - An Official Selection of the 32nd Outfest LGBT Film Festival

Perfect Cowboy - An Official Selection of the 32nd Outfest LGBT Film Festival Filmmaker Ken Roht makes Outfest's "5 in Focus" with his family musical western Perfect Cowboy

BFFs: An Official Selection of the 32nd Outfest LGBT Film Festival

BFFs: An Official Selection of the 32nd Outfest LGBT Film Festival BFFs is a simmering, smart comedy that boils over with laughs at all the right moments.

The Gershwins' Porgy & Bess Theatre Review - A Majestic Night of Music

The Gershwins' Porgy & Bess Theatre Review - A Majestic Night of Music Almost eighty years after its 1935 premiere in New York, Director Diane Paulus and Chorographer Ronald K. Brown have polished the style of Porgy and Bess into a more beloved masterpiece brimming warmth and humility

The Tallest Tree in the Forest Theatre Review - Portrait of an American Icon

The Tallest Tree in the Forest Theatre Review - Portrait of an American Icon The Tallest Tree in the Forest is a controversial musical biography about the indomitable Paul Robeson

Harmony the Musical Theatre Review - A Night Filled with Stars

Harmony the Musical Theatre Review - A Night Filled with Stars Harmony A New Musical is the story six young singers who must come of age in the time of Hitler and combat the impending darkness with a song and a smile.

STOMP Theatre Review - An Awesome Night of Joyful Noise

STOMP Theatre Review - An Awesome Night of Joyful Noise STOMP is a theatrical performance that will electrify the sense!

The Steward of Christendom Theatre Review - A Dark Untold Irish Tale

The Steward of Christendom Theatre Review - A Dark Untold Irish Tale In the untamed wilderness that is the mind’s eye of Thomas Dunne, a faded public figure does battle with the truculent decisions of his past

Peter and the Starcatcher Theatre Review - A Magical Production

Peter and the Starcatcher Theatre Review - A Magical Production The Center Theatre Group brings you the untold tale of Peter Pan

Creditors Theatre Review - A Dark Comedy About the Price of Marriage

Creditors Theatre Review - A Dark Comedy About the Price of Marriage In a very modern new translation by David Greig, Strindberg's classic play is a sexy, savage and fun look at marriage as a uniquely brutal system of exchange

Twelve Angry Men Theatre Review - A Fury of Fine Performances

Twelve Angry Men Theatre Review - A Fury of Fine Performances Sheldon Epps brings a powerful interracial rendition of Twelve Angry Men to the Pasadena Playhouse

Kevin Daniel - A Formidable Talent from Coast to Coast

Kevin Daniel - A Formidable Talent from Coast to Coast Kevin Daniels is burning up the stage from coast to coast. From Broadway to Rouge Machine to his new network Sirens, this star is on the rise!

Humor Abuse Theatre Review - The Epitome of Great Comedy

Humor Abuse Theatre Review - The Epitome of Great Comedy Humor Abuse successfully features the loving and celebratory life of the son of a clown

A Parallelogram Theatre Review - An Off-Balanced Comedy

A Parallelogram Theatre Review - An Off-Balanced Comedy From the Tony Award®-winning author of Clybourne Park & the Tony Award®-winning director of August: Osage County comes a comedy about how family and memory are both relative

Dying City Theatre Review - A Wildly Satisfying Drama

Dying City Theatre Review - A Wildly Satisfying Drama Dying City explores the complicated politics of loss, love and learning to live without the things that complete you

Better Half Film Project - A 21st Century Indie, Doing it Old School

Better Half Film Project - A 21st Century Indie, Doing it Old School Better Half, the indie feature about a gay couple that adopt a baby, is in full swing, fighting to get to the finish line. The production moves forward, one filming day at a time, with its sights set on one thing: Tribeca Film Festival

The Scottsboro Boys Theatre Review - A Troubling, Triumphant Musical

The Scottsboro Boys Theatre Review - A Troubling, Triumphant Musical In the year of their gubernatorial pardon, the powerful, bittersweet story of The Scottsboro Boys finds its way from Broadway to the Ahmanson Theatre

Joe Turner's Come and Gone Theatre Review

Joe Turner's Come and Gone Theatre Review Phylicia Rashad directs the August Wilson Classic Joe Turner's Come and Gone for the Center Theatre Group

END OF THE RAINBOW THEATRE REVIEW - SIMPLY ELECTRIFYING

END OF THE RAINBOW THEATRE REVIEW - SIMPLY ELECTRIFYING Peter Quilter's Bio-musical End of the Rainbow provides an front row seat to the spectacular talent and deteriorating life of America's First Sweetheart, Judy Garland

RENT: THE MUSICAL TO BENEFIT LOCAL HIV/AIDS CHARITIES

RENT: THE MUSICAL TO BENEFIT LOCAL HIV/AIDS CHARITIES Beyond the Stage Productions' RENT Revival Raises Critical Funding for Los Angeles Outreach Organization The Stigma Project

OUTFEST ANNOUNCES FUSION LAB: FIRST EVER LGBT MEDIA WORKSHOP

OUTFEST ANNOUNCES FUSION LAB: FIRST EVER LGBT MEDIA WORKSHOP OUTFEST ANNOUNCES FUSION LAB: THE FIRST EVER LGBT CINEMA AND MEDIA WORKSHOP IN HIGHLAND PARK. FREE SEMINARS FOR EMERGING ARTISTS TAUGHT BY OUTFEST ALUMNI FILMMAKERS

WOLVES Theatre Review - A Hauntingly Hilarious Play

WOLVES Theatre Review - A Hauntingly Hilarious Play Overbearing roommates: just awkward or truly psychotic?

Tribes Theatre Review - A Breathtaking Drama in the Art of Language

Tribes Theatre Review - A Breathtaking Drama in the Art of Language Nina Raine's striking drama explores the self-discovery, language and what it means to be heard in the world

OUTFEST ANNOUNCES LiNE-UP FOR 10TH ANNUAL FUSION: LGBT PEOPLE OF COLOR FILM FESTIVAL

OUTFEST ANNOUNCES LiNE-UP FOR 10TH ANNUAL FUSION: LGBT PEOPLE OF COLOR FILM FESTIVAL Outfest, the Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization dedicated to nurturing, showcasing and protecting LGBT media, has announced its lineup for the 2013 Outfest Fusion LGBT People of Color Film Festival

Production Begins for LGBT Film Better Half - The Other Modern Family

Production Begins for LGBT Film Better Half - The Other Modern Family Independent filmmaker Michelle Clay launches her second feature film production "Better Half" the story about a gay couple who adopt a baby. But the clock is ticking...

Backbeat Theatre Review - Catch The BIrth of the Beatles at the Ahmanson

Backbeat Theatre Review - Catch The BIrth of the Beatles at the Ahmanson Backbeat explores the rise of a legendary rock band and the fall of the little known fifth Beatle.

Backbeat Theatre Review - Catch The BIrth of the Beatles at the Ahmanson

Backbeat Theatre Review - Catch The BIrth of the Beatles at the Ahmanson Backbeat explores the rise of a legendary rock band and the fall of the little known fifth Beatle.

Happy Face Sad Face Theatre Review - It Twists and Turns into a Comedy

Happy Face Sad Face Theatre Review - It Twists and Turns into a Comedy R.J. Colleary’s Happy Face, Sad Face, is a do-overs dual feature of high concept and lowbrow bawdiness

Anything Goes Musical Theatre Review - A Musical Pleasure Cruise

Anything Goes Musical Theatre Review - A Musical Pleasure Cruise The RoundaboutThea Company's production of Anything Goes is a classic musicals that easily translates to the 21st century. This show truly is a entertaining pleasure cruise for the whole family

Black Tar Road - Shooting Begins on a Gritty Indie Drama

Black Tar Road - Shooting Begins on a Gritty Indie Drama Indie Filmmaking, by every means necessary, helps push forward the latest narrative effort by writer/director Amber Dawn Lee

Seminar Theatre Review - Schools Writers in Funny

Seminar Theatre Review - Schools Writers in Funny Seminar, the opener for the 45th Season at Center Theatre Group's Ahmanson Theatre, serves up the laughs in a comedy about five writer and if they can handle the truth about fiction

Elmina's Kitchen Theatre Review - Heats Up The Lost Studio in Hollywood

Elmina's Kitchen Theatre Review - Heats Up The Lost Studio in Hollywood Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble presents the West Coast Premiere of Elmina's Kitchen, a bitter clash of values between three generations of Black men and its effect on family and community

Red Theatre Review - A Drama on Shades of Brilliance

Red Theatre Review - A Drama on Shades of Brilliance Paint collides with canvas live on stage, as masterpieces are born and torn down in a visceral experience that spills off the stage and forever changes the way you see red.

Mary Poppins Musical Theatre Review - A Practically Perfect Production!

Mary Poppins Musical Theatre Review - A Practically Perfect Production! Mary Poppins is truly the first “Supernanny” of our times. Go see this current production at the Ahmanson Theatre, and you will see why!

Interview: Director Gregg T. Daniel brings Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble to Elmina's Kitchen

Interview: Director Gregg T. Daniel brings Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble to Elmina's Kitchen Director Gregg T. Daniel talks theatre & the latest production from Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble: ELMINA’S KITCHEN the story of a bitter clash of values between 3 generations of black men & its effect on their family & community

Margarita Film Review - Official Selection of Outfest 2012

Margarita Film Review - Official Selection of Outfest 2012 When the cash-strapped Canadian yuppies fire their teen-aged daughter's lesbian Mexican nanny, Margarita, they set off a chain of events that lead to her deportation

Stud Life Film Review - Official Selection of Outfest 2012

Stud Life Film Review - Official Selection of Outfest 2012 When JJ falls in love with a beautiful diva, JJ and Seb's friendship is tested. JJ is forced to chose between her hot new lover and her best friend

I Want Your Live Film Review - Official Selection Outfest 2012

I Want Your Live Film Review - Official Selection Outfest 2012 When Jesse is forced to move back to his Midwestern, friends and ex-lovers gather for a going away party that promises to heighten Jesse's already bittersweet feelings about leaving

Morgan Film Review - Official Selection of Outfest 2012

Morgan Film Review - Official Selection of Outfest 2012 Morgan is an intimate tale of a young man's struggle to feel whole, despite his own emotional disabilities

Elliot Loves Film Review - Official Selection of 2012 Outfest

Elliot Loves Film Review - Official Selection of 2012 Outfest The dual story of Elliot Ayende: as a 9-year-old who is side-kick and confidant to his barely-keeping-it-together single mom; & as a 21-year-old looking for love in New York City. A comedy-drama that shows you can survive anything life throws at you

Sassy Pants Film Review - Official Selection of Outfest 2012

Sassy Pants Film Review - Official Selection of Outfest 2012 Desperate to get out from under her overprotective mother, a home-schooled teen runs off to live with her dad, and forms a bond with his much-younger boyfriend. Great Family entertainment

Outfest 30 - Preview - The Hits Are Coming

Outfest 30 - Preview - The Hits Are Coming OUTFEST 30 is Coming! Full Force with Great Films. Don't Miss Out on the Film Festival Event of Summer 2012

War Horse Theatre Review - The Compelling Story of A War, A Boy and His Horse

War Horse Theatre Review - The Compelling Story of A War, A Boy and His Horse Based on the novel by Michael Morpurgo, War Horse tells the story of how a sibling rivalry blossoms into an unexpected and extraordinary bond between a teenaged boy and his beloved horse.

HUFFINGTON PICTURES’ “GEOGRAPHY CLUB’’ BEGINS PRODUCTION

HUFFINGTON PICTURES’ “GEOGRAPHY CLUB’’ BEGINS PRODUCTION “Geography Club,” based on Brent Hartinger’s best-selling young adult novel, has begun production on locations in and around Los Angeles, it was announced today by producer Michael Huffington

Celeste & Jesse Forever Film Review - Official Selection of the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival

Celeste & Jesse Forever Film Review - Official Selection of the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival Breaking up is hard to do, even when you're not trying

Middle of Nowhere Film Review - Official Selection of the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival

Middle of Nowhere Film Review - Official Selection of the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival A 2012 LAFF Featured Gala Event: Middle of Nowhere. A drama that follows a woman who changes her life in order to contend with her husband's 8-year prison sentence; and an intense character study in the taut ties that bind

Sister Film Review - Official Selection of the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival

Sister Film Review - Official Selection of the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival Sister is the remarkable story of a boy who endures manhood's hard lessons of life and survival well before his time

Four Film Review - Official Selection the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival

Four Film Review - Official Selection the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival In a small town somewhere in the South, four restless souls venture out into the hot July 4th night in search of something. Exactly what they each seek is unclear, even to them

Vodka & Eurydice Theatre Review - A World Premiere Production at Magic Mirror

Vodka & Eurydice Theatre Review - A World Premiere Production at Magic Mirror "VODKA & EURYDICE is a raw, wistful dramedy, punctuated by the hilarity of everyday life"

2012 LA PRIDE HONOREES PRESENTED BY CHRISTOPHER STREET WEST

2012 LA PRIDE HONOREES PRESENTED BY CHRISTOPHER STREET WEST Each year, Christopher Street West recognizes people & groups that have especially impacted the LGBTQ community, demonstrating commitment to greater visibility, understanding, advocacy, human rights, empowerment, marriage equality & service

Grantmakers 45th Annual Film & Video Festival

Grantmakers 45th Annual Film & Video Festival The Council on Foundations Film + Video Festival is the premier showcase for grantmaker-funded media that embodies the dynamic power media can have to raise awareness and reflect change

The Children Theatre Review- A Thrilling Journey Into a New World of Theatre

The Children Theatre Review- A Thrilling Journey Into a New World of Theatre As with all theatre productions at Boston Court, The Children thrives on originality and creatively presents a theatrical work like no other

Follies Theater Review - A Night of Dazzling Entertainment

Follies Theater Review - A Night of Dazzling Entertainment Practically every number was met with cheering and thunderous applause as an enthusiastic audience gobbled up every note of the opening night performance of Sondheim & Goldman’s Follies

Lost Limbs Theater Review - A Tale of Love, Loss & Destiny

Lost Limbs Theater Review - A Tale of Love, Loss & Destiny What if your greatest loss led you to your greatest love?

The Skinny Film Review - To Be Young, Black and Gay in New York

The Skinny Film Review - To Be Young, Black and Gay in New York The new feature film from writer/director Patrik-Ian Polk, tells the story of five Brown University classmates reuniting in the Big Apple for a weekend of sin and fun - each with a little growing up to do

The Color Purple: The Musical Theatre Review - A Must-See Production at Celebration

The Color Purple: The Musical Theatre Review - A Must-See Production at Celebration Celebration Theatre's latest production: The Color Purple: The Musical is a spectacular accomplishment - a true musical theatre event. Go See This Show!

Green Day's American Idiot Musical Theatre Review - Phenomenal!

Green Day's American Idiot Musical Theatre Review - Phenomenal! The Mother of all Rock Operas is currently at the Ahmanson Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles.

Outfest Fusion Returns to the Egyptian This March!

Outfest Fusion Returns to the Egyptian This March! It’s T-minus two weeks before the Egyptain Theatre in Hollywood gets its annual splash of LGBT color. An offshoot to the ten-day flagship film festival Outfest, Fusion celebrates the filmmakers and cinematic tales that feature LGBT people of color.

California Dreamin' Theatre Review - The Heiress Who Danced with the Devil

California Dreamin' Theatre Review - The Heiress Who Danced with the Devil The latest fictionalization of the Perfect Storm of terror that was Charles Manson and how the Folger Coffee Heiress perhaps met her fate before her time.

Short Eyes Theatre Review - EXTENDED @ LATC Thru March 2012!

Short Eyes Theatre Review - EXTENDED @ LATC Thru March 2012! BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! SHORT EYES WRITTEN BY MIGUEL PIÑERO, DIRECTED BY JULIAN ACOSTA RETURNS TO LOS ANGELES THEATRE CENTER

Hunger: In Bed With Roy Cohn Theatre Review

Hunger: In Bed With Roy Cohn Theatre Review A World Premiere fantasy play by Joan Beber about Roy Cohn, the brilliant attorney whose hunger for power and prominence ultimately destroyed him

Clybourne Park Theatre Review - Same Issues, Different Century

Clybourne Park Theatre Review - Same Issues, Different Century After A Raisin in the Sun, Clybourne Park travels across town to where the other half lives and examines exactly how different the races really are from one another - from 1959 to 2009

Oswald the Play Theater Review - A Compelling Untold Drama

Oswald the Play Theater Review - A Compelling Untold Drama In Dennis Richard's Oswald - the Play, the war of wills between prisoner and interrogator rages, while the world outside waits and watches

The Playground Musical Theatre Review - Spotlight on the Voices of Homeless Youth

The Playground Musical Theatre Review - Spotlight on the Voices of Homeless Youth A Street Rock Musical inspired by the true stories of Homeless Kids

Stop Kiss Theatre Review - A Tender Tale of Love and Loss

Stop Kiss Theatre Review - A Tender Tale of Love and Loss A Four Letter Four Production and Frantic Redhead Productions present Diana Son's Stop Kiss - the story of a new friendship between Callie and Sara that over time turns into something more, with unexpected and tragic consequences

Bring It On: The Musical Theatre Review - Ditch the Pom-Poms and Catch The Groove!

Bring It On: The Musical Theatre Review - Ditch the Pom-Poms and Catch The Groove! The Tony® Award Winning creators of Next to Normal and Avenue Q bring their latest crowd-pleasing spectacular to Los Angeles. BRING IT ON - The Musical defies gravity and expectations

Under Fire: Journalists in Combat Film Review - A New Class of Warrior

Under Fire: Journalists in Combat Film Review - A New Class of Warrior Once upon a time, PRESS meant safe passage in a war zone. In 2011, it is a target. Martyn Burke's latest documentary examines the psychological cost of covering war

The Sons of Tennessee Williams Film Review - It Began at Mardi Gras

The Sons of Tennessee Williams Film Review - It Began at Mardi Gras THE SONS OF TENNESSEE WILLIAMS tells the story of the gay men of New Orleans who created a vast culture of public “drag balls” that predates established gay liberation history in the U.S. by nearly ten years

Next Fall Theatre Review - The 2010 Tony Award Winner Comes to the Geffen

Next Fall Theatre Review - The 2010 Tony Award Winner Comes to the Geffen Adam and Luke seem like a case of opposites attract. But after Luke is involved in a critical accident, family and friends descend upon the couple and these longtime differences collide, forcing opposing views on faith and family into a stand-off

Weekend Film Review - A Masterpiece in Intimate Storytelling

Weekend Film Review - A Masterpiece in Intimate Storytelling NOW IN LIMITED RELEASE.The Latest film by Writer/Director/Editor Andrew Haigh is an intimate story of a meeting of souls, told with exceptional skill

The One Film Review - A Film by Caytha Jentis

The One Film Review - A Film by Caytha Jentis Hunky Daniel, engaged to the beautiful Jen, has a seemingly perfect life... but there is one temptation that may derail his plans: Tommy

Finding Me: Truth Film Review - So Much Drama

Finding Me: Truth Film Review - So Much Drama Director Roger S. Omeus, Jr.(Finding Me), takes us back to the friendships+love+relationships = DRAMA, of a group of tight knit group of African American friends: queer, straight and everything in-between

The Broad Humor Film Festival Shorts Program - Food & Family: So Much Fun!

The Broad Humor Film Festival Shorts Program - Food & Family: So Much Fun! There are two things no one can avoid in a modern society. No, not death and taxes - Food & Family

The Broad Humor Film Festival Shorts Program - Out Of This World

The Broad Humor Film Festival Shorts Program - Out Of This World Comedy is often about commitment beyond reason, where if you don't get committed, you will get a laugh

The Broad Humor Film Festival - An AWESOME DIY DAY in LA's Backyard

The Broad Humor Film Festival - An AWESOME DIY DAY in LA's Backyard The Broad Humor Film Festival DIY DAY – Amazing Workshops for Filmmakers of all Stripes

The Broad Humor Film Festival Shorts Program - Love & Marriage

The Broad Humor Film Festival Shorts Program - Love & Marriage Ten takes on romance in 80 minutes, promising to have you even more confused about love than when you arrived

Poor Behavior Theatre Review - A Couples' Weekend in Comic Chaos

Poor Behavior Theatre Review - A Couples' Weekend in Comic Chaos It began with a suggestion of a suspicion that led to an accusation

New York's Finest: The Leading Men of Broadway Review - Show Tunes Rock!

New York's Finest: The Leading Men of Broadway Review - Show Tunes Rock! Chris Isaacson Presents four fabulous fellas and one femme phenom for one unforgettable evening of Upright Cabaret with New York's Finest: The Leading Men of Broadway

CREATING A PROFESSIONAL SOUNDING PROJECT WITH DR. FRED GINSBURG

CREATING A PROFESSIONAL SOUNDING PROJECT WITH DR. FRED GINSBURG Leading us on this sonic journey are two of Los Angeles’ most valuable sound resources: professor and world renowned production sound mixer, Fred Ginsburg, CAS, Ph.D. and author/ award-winning rerecording mixer,Woody Woodhall CAS

Gay Days @ DISNEYLAND RESORT, ANAHEIM

Gay Days @ DISNEYLAND RESORT, ANAHEIM CAROL CHANNING, DUSTIN LANCE BLACK, BRUCE VILANCH AND DOT MARIE JONES TO JOIN FRENCHIE DAVIS AND SUZANNE WESTENHOEFER AT 14th ANNUAL UNOFFICIAL GAY DAYS AT DISNEYLAND

Turistas Film Review - Official Selection of 2009 Los Angeles Film Festival

Turistas Film Review - Official Selection of 2009 Los Angeles Film Festival The 2009 LA Film Festival is in full swing with "Turistas", a charming Chilean entry into the International Showcase

Shorts Program 3 Film Review - 2009 Los Angeles Film Festival

Shorts Program 3 Film Review - 2009 Los Angeles Film Festival Shorts Program 3
Time: 100 min
Striving to prove themselves, a disgraced referee, a curious pair of Finns, a Latino immigrant and a young polygamist grow beyond their fears, inhibitions and skepticism.

Versus - LA's Newest Nightlife Experience Grand Opening Party

Versus - LA's Newest Nightlife Experience Grand Opening Party Los Angeles' Newest Mega Club "Versus" Presents Official Grand Opening Celebration

Shorts Program 2 Film Review - 2009 Los Angeles Film Festival

Shorts Program 2 Film Review - 2009 Los Angeles Film Festival Shorts Program 5
Short Film Competition
Running Time is 92 min
The experiences of adolescents are examined in this riveting collection of shorts. Some revel in their coming of age moment and some venture into situations that are too much to handle.

Meditations: Eva Hesse Theatre Review - An Artist's Journey Innerward and Beyond

Meditations: Eva Hesse Theatre Review - An Artist's Journey Innerward and Beyond In her new play, Meditations: Eva Hesse, Marcie Begleiter invites the audience into the hallowed space of an artist at work, both in the outer world and in the world of her mind

The Insidious Impact of Anton Theatre Review - Not a Romantic Comedy, Really

The Insidious Impact of Anton Theatre Review - Not a Romantic Comedy, Really From the folk who brought you "The Girl Who Would Be King", Absolute Theatre Company proudly present a heavenly new play by David Hilder, The Insidious Impact of Anton

DYSNOMIA THEATRE REVIEW - A Modern Family Comedy About Coming Out

DYSNOMIA THEATRE REVIEW - A Modern Family Comedy About Coming Out A married mom of two drops a bombshell by discovering she's gay in playwright Marja-Lewis Ryan's new domestic comedy, which follows the resulting shock and awe felt by her buttoned-down husband, delinquent teenage son, and seemingly-perfect daughter

Bash'd Theatre Review - Gay Rap Opera with Serious Attitude

Bash'd Theatre Review - Gay Rap Opera with Serious Attitude Celebration Theatre finishes out their groundbreaking 28th Season of LGBTQA Theatre with a melodious and irate Rap opera Bash'd

Les Miserables Theatre Review - An Astonishingly Brilliant Production

Les Miserables Theatre Review - An Astonishingly Brilliant Production This 25th Anniversary production of Les Misérables was a phenomenal night of theatre, Do not miss this show

Straight Men and the Men Who Love Them Too Video Review

Straight Men and the Men Who Love Them Too Video Review OUTFEST 2008 has come and gone, but they Gay Themed flicks just keep on coming in Hollywood Independents Shorts Collection Straight Men and the Men Who Love Them Too

Serbis Film Review - A Surprising Collage of Despair and Imagery

Serbis Film Review - A Surprising Collage of Despair and Imagery Director Brillante Ma. Mendoza's latest film is a journey through beauty and despair: "Serbis"

Prayers For Bobby LifetimeTV Movie Review - Weaver Portrays a Religious Mom Turned Activist in a True Tale of Tolerance

Prayers For Bobby LifetimeTV Movie Review - Weaver Portrays a Religious Mom Turned Activist in a True Tale of Tolerance Veteran actress Sigourney Weaver lead a strong cast in the true story of Mary Griffith, the devoutly religious Mom of four, and how the loss of her son Bobby put her on the road to tolerance

Frost / Nixon Theatre Review - Art Imitating Politics

Frost / Nixon Theatre Review - Art Imitating Politics Author Peter Morgan makes a very successful debut into the realm of playwrighting with his new play Frost/Nixon

Lie With Me Theatre Review - Taking Family Dysfunction to a New Extreme

Lie With Me Theatre Review - Taking Family Dysfunction to a New Extreme In Lie With Me, Playwright Keith Bridges has crafted a truly disturbing tale is family dysfunction that manages to ring true on all the right notes

FUSION 2011 Short Film Program - LGBT Filmmakers of Color Shine!

FUSION 2011 Short Film Program - LGBT Filmmakers of Color Shine! The great thing about shorts is brilliance in brevity. OUTFest celebrates films by LGBT filmmakers of color

Slow Children Crossing Theatre Review - It's UhhMazing!

Slow Children Crossing Theatre Review - It's UhhMazing! The Sketch Comedy Troupe Slow Children Crossing returns to Southern California with its unique brand of wackiness and fun

How Theater Failed America Theatre Review - You Already Know the Answer... Don't You?

How Theater Failed America Theatre Review - You Already Know the Answer... Don't You? How Theatre Failed America is the latest in a series of workshop productions presented at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. Mike Daisey serves as monologist, entertainer and advocate in this provocative and passionate piece about America's languishing art

Once On This Island Theatre Review - A Tropical Fable of Love, Grief and Hope Lands at the Madrid Theatre

Once On This Island Theatre Review - A Tropical Fable of Love, Grief and Hope Lands at the Madrid Theatre Golden Performing Arts Center, the resident theatre company for the Madrid Theatre presents Once on This Island March 20-22, 2009

Munched Theatre Review - A Must-See Production at the El Centro Theater in Hollywood

Munched Theatre Review - A Must-See Production at the El Centro Theater in Hollywood Kim Porter's dramedy Munched is a bittersweet story about denial and revelation when an adult daughter seeks the truth about whether her mother tried to kill her as a child

Lydia Theatre Review - A Play by Octavio Solis

Lydia Theatre Review - A Play by Octavio Solis This intense play by Octavis Solis' is the heartbreaking drama of a dysfunctional El Paso Family whose tangled and destructive secrets refuse to stay hidden

No Word in Guyanese for Me Theatre Review - A Young Woman Finds Home Within Herself

No Word in Guyanese for Me Theatre Review - A Young Woman Finds Home Within Herself Ovation winner Anna Khaja stars in a one-woman show that deftly deconstructs the visceral experience of coming to emotional maturity

Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays @ Renberg Theatre

Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays @ Renberg Theatre A Star studded stage of celebrity performers, armed with a handful of one-acts from today's most important and prolific wordsmiths, lend their talents in the quest for social equality

God of Carnage Theatre Review - The Clash of the Titans Revisited

God of Carnage Theatre Review - The Clash of the Titans Revisited The original Broadway cast of God of Carnage bring heavyweight laughter to the Ahmanson

LOL! Latina on the Loose Theatre Review - A Brazilian Beauty Leaves the Southland Laughing

LOL! Latina on the Loose Theatre Review - A Brazilian Beauty Leaves the Southland Laughing LOL! Latina on the Loose makes its World Premiere at Los Angeles Theatre Center

RENT Theatre Review - Go Out Tonight and See This Show!

RENT Theatre Review - Go Out Tonight and See This Show! Musical Theatre West presents Jonathan Larson's Tony Award Winning Rock Musical "Rent"

Prisoner of Second Avenue Theatre Review

Prisoner of Second Avenue Theatre Review The Wasatch Theatrical Ventures and GTC Burbank remind us of what recession looks like from the eyes of a middle class Brooklyn couple during the early 1970s in Neil Simon's Prisoner of Second Avenue

Oh Momma! & Obama Theatre Review - An Average Everyday Spoof

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